Our annual concert specially tailored for little people and the adults in their lives. Bring your children, their curiosity, your sense of humor, and their best dancing shoes for this interactive morning of music.
J.S. Bach's "Juice" Cantata (a.k.a. Coffee Cantata)
Saturday, June 18 10-11am
Minnehaha Park Bandshell, Mpls
David Ross, Flute
Miriam Scholz-Carlson, Violin
Rolf Haas, Violin
Emily Hagen, Viola
Jane O’Hara, Cello
Don Livingston, Harpsichord
Health & Safety Protocol
Our board of directors, in consultation with epidemiologists, will continue to monitor the evolution of the COVID pandemic and announce safety guidelines as the festival nears.
Is there a cost?
There is no cost for children to attend the concert. We ask for a $10 contribution per adult. Advance tickets are not necessary and cash, checks, and credit cards will all be accepted the day of the concert.
What about Parking?
Minnehaha Regional Park has metered parking lots and street parking. Click here for more information.
What if it Rains?
The bandshell is large enough to have space for many families to enjoy the concert under the open air shelter. Additionally, you may want to bring umbrellas and rain jackets if rain is expected.
Is the venue handicap accessible?
Yes. The parking lot, paved paths, and picnic shelter are all handicap accessible.
May I bring food and beverages?
Yes, you are welcome to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.